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Madame Tussau And Her Wax Figures

Madame Tussau And Her Wax Figures

You have probably already been in the Madame Tussaus’ museum, and you were wandering about the accuracy and vitality of the famous and lesser known figures. To us, from Raya London Training Center, we will be able to offer you, besides English knowledge, additional and interesting facts about British history, culture and life. Today we will look at a lady who had an iron heart and an artist’s hand.

Madame Tussaud (Madame Tussaud) Wax Sculpturer was originally called Marie Grossholz. She was born in 1761. in the city of Strasbourg, France. The man who plays a major role in her future activities is the boss of her mother, Philip Curcius, a doctor from Bern. He himself, too, has produced human wax images, and Marie’s mother helped him in the pursuit. Later, the doctor moved to Paris and took his 6 year old assistant, Marie. Obviously, he is the person who gives her the secrets of the craft. In 1777. Marie Grossholz created her first wax sculpture – that of Voltaire. Later he made the works of his famous contemporaries – Jean Jacques Rousseau and Benjamin Franklin.

The frightening, death-revenge French Revolution comes, and Marie Groscolz walks between the slain to look for detached heads whose prints to take and recreate from wax. Since she was an art teacher of King Louis XVI’s sister in Versailles, the future Madame Tussauds is in custody and under threat of execution. After the intervention of an influential friend, however, the young master of the wax was released from prison.

In 1794. Mr. Curtius dies and Marie Grosholtz inherits his large collection of wax figures, a part in which he has built himself. With this collection, looking for the audience’s interest, she travels around Europe. In 1795.  She marries Francois Tussauds. He cannot go to France because of the Napoleonic wars and prefers to travel to Britain and Ireland with his interesting figures. Her first permanent exhibition is housed on the top floor of Baker Street Bazaar.

In 1835. Marie Tuusso’s collection is set up at Baker Street in a museum, one of the attractive exposures is the Horror Room. It includes the faces of those who died in the French Revolution, as well as those of murderer and various criminals. Meanwhile, figures of people known to date like Lord Nelson are still being made.

One of the oldest figures in the collection of Madame Tussaud’s Museum is the Sleeping Beauty whose masterpiece is Madame du Barry, one of the aristocratic victims of the French Revolution. She is a beauties on a couch, sleeping on her arm. A mechanism that imitates even breathing is mounted in her chest.Madame Tussaud died in his sleep in 1850.In 1883. Madame Tussaug’s grandson, after taking up the rent, moved the collection to her current address. The fire in 1925. and the bombing of London in 1941 ruined some of the patterns, but many others have been made since then. All the celebrities of our past and present are presented at Madame Tussauds: Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philippe, Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplin, Keira Knightley, Adolf Hitler, and Marie Tussaur herself. The museum is so growing that it opens its branches in other major cities around the world: Las Vegas, Beijing, Bangkok, New York, Sydney, Vienna, Tokyo and others. Friends, the story of this French-Swiss lady shows that following our talent can make us part of the history of mankind. Marie Grossholz  began a vast empire of wax figures. She did everything to follow the trend, to find the most interesting of her time, to bring out the most famous. We do not have such a great ambition, we just want to pass on your knowledge of English and English grammar so that you can develop your talents on British soil and fulfill your destiny without hindrances and obstacles.Ask for our trainings and visit the Heavenly Learning Center to find a partner in conquering your future in the UK.

Written by: Iveta Radeva

How to express politely in English – 2nd part

How to express politely in English – 2nd part

Training centre Raya London would be delighted if it could help its students and friends better fit into English reality and culture. At first glance, manners seem to lose their meaning. But do not be fooled – upbringing will always be a currency of high value, and the polite person can communicate freely, without looking stiff or hypocritical. Especially English manners have very deep roots in the past and it is good to stick to this system of expression. This will always pay us back and be appreciated by our interlocutors.

So, let’s start with the simple saying “Please give me …”. It’s simpler to say “Give me the salt!”, But even if we add “please,” another effect will be achieved with “Can you pass me the salt, please?”. More traditional is better! More polite – double better!

The word “Mr.” (Mister) has not yet expired. It is, however, used when we know the family of the person to whom we turn. This may be, for example, someone older than us or our friend’s father. In this case, we refer to “Mr. Brown, “for example. But if our name is unknown, it is enough to say “Sir”.

Little different things are with Mrs. (Missis, or as you can see in the literature – Missus). This is an address to a married woman. We are not always sure whether we are talking to one. At the same time, many women today do not marry and do not change their siblings with a partner. It seems as if the “Ms.” (Miss) is more appropriate today.

Speaking by phone also has its own specificity. If we are called and are looking for another person from our environment or if we cannot speak right away, we can easily say “Wait!”. But we’d better say “Can you hold, please?” Or “Can you keep it, please?”). Thus the ordained address passes into a polite prayer for patience. In any case, it will be better understood.

We are in a situation where we want something that we cannot or do not want to do. We should not just cut off “No!”. Too categorical to the English way of respectful expression! It’s much better to say “I’m Afraid I Can’t.” (I’m afraid I could not).

Business is also good to know some rules. For example, do not put negative expressions in your speech. To say directly “This is a bad idea!” Is unacceptable. Much better would be the phrase “I do not think that’s such a good idea!”. Yes, it is definitely grammatically more complicated, but it shows positivity that goes hand in hand with the upbringing and good attitude towards the interlocutor, which is a must.

Various examples we might still be applicable in favor of the thesis that the polite and mannered speech is profitable. The English language, by its very nature, gives many opportunities for such expression. And it comes not only from the relationship of the aristocracy and of behavior characteristic of the lower classes of society in the past. For us, the Bulgarians, such manners may sound exaggerated. But, we assure you, in English this is quite right.

We will be happy if you contact Training Center “Raya” London with any questions you care about the English language and English grammar. Suggest us the next topics on our blog!

 

Written by : Iveta Radeva

How to express ourselves politely in English – 1st part

How to express ourselves politely in English – 1st part

Courtesy is important. Even when we are invited to say something unpleasant, if we do it in a polite and polite way, it will be perceived easier. In Bulgaria we have been taught to say ‘please’, ‘thank you’, to talk to you. Let’s see which expressions in the English language will contribute to our polite and respectful expression to the interlocutor.

Current advice will do us good, especially if we are doing business in the UK. Read them and enter them in your dictionary!

As we have already mentioned, polite expression mitigates the effect of an unpleasant message. For example, you have to delay with an order. You know your client will not be charmed. But the English are a nurtured nation, they will not react as sharply as we, the temperate Bulgarians. This, however, does not mean that we do not owe them some mitigating words and expressions in the message. For example, if we want to say:

-I’ll be late at the end of the project. – There will be a delay in the completion of the project.

it is good to bring it more delicately:

-I think there might be a little delay in completing the project. – I’m afraid there may be a slight delay in the completion of the project.

The mild, bit, a bit bit, slightly, etc., mitigating effect of the messages are the words. All of them cover the Bulgarian “light”, “little”, “weak”. For example, the too straightforward sentence “We will go out of the budget.”  may be expressed as “We might run slightly over budget.”

The questioning negation is also mitigating. Here is an example:

-You must refuse the order! – We should cancel the order!

this may be replaced by:

Do not we have to cancel the order? – Should not we cancel the order?

In English it is not good to express a direct accusation, especially when we are not sure someone is guilty. That’s why Passive Voice is used. Here, again, an example:

-You broke your pen! – You have broken my pen!

And we could speak not as direct observers, so we do not sound like accusers:

– My pen was broken. – My pen has been broken.

These and other ways of expression contribute to our good relationships with people. But in order for us to be aware of them, we should learn the English language and especially the polite phrases in it. At the Raya London Training Center, we are ready to give you a variety of tips and help you with your daily or business communications.

English language teaching should not be an end in itself but must meet the needs of our real public and private engagements. That’s why we’re trying to offer working examples with our short articles. If you have difficulty communicating in English, or if you have any questions, tell us the topics of our next material, which we hope will be useful to you.

 

Author Iveta Radeva

English lessons for adults over 40 in London

English lessons for adults over 40 in London

Learn English with English lessons for adults over 40 in London

Everything in life requires practice and perseverance as we get used to it. Languages are no exception. To get used to the given language, whether English, German, French or otherwise, we have to go through training and then start using it in practice.

Many people have to start with the practice first, and then with the training itself. There is an opportunity for work abroad and they do not hesitate but act. Most often this happens for London and there are few who refuse the opportunity. Even if they do not know English, they are risking of gaining more resources and income. If you are young or still students, you can easily find English lessons.

But what do older people do?

Everyone deserves the opportunity to learn English in one way or another. The solution for them is English language lessons designed for adults. We offer training for adults over 40 years in London. Yes, do not dream! You have just discovered the solution to your problems.

Our English lessons enable everyone to acquire the necessary skills and knowledge. Learn only things that will be usable in practice. We know that each school keeps learning from start to finish. In most cases, this is meaningless, because not everything we learn can be used in practice. That is why our English language lessons for adults have provided for the study of words, grammar and spheres that will be used in everyday life.

Another important stage of the training is the proper communication with the teachers. Do not be afraid to ask any questions. The purpose of our English lessons is to learn the language and acquire skills to use in work and life.

Although many older people have never had access to learning English, there is a tendency to learn more and more. Language is a necessity not only for young people, but also for the big ones, because it opens doors to many new positions and even other countries. So if you have even the slightest doubt that you will not be able to do the study, our English lessons will change your mind.

After going through the training in our English language lessons, you will also have to make a test that will give you a certificate. So officially you will be people who know and communicate fluently with English. You will feel much more confident and sure of your own knowledge and skills.

Do not hesitate and do not worry more about your colleagues or prospective employers, or whoever you are. It is not good for anyone to be an unlucky person in another country and not to know the language. The faster you enroll lessons in English, the faster you will deal with the language barrier that limits you and stops your development.

What about being older? This is irrelevant to our English lessons. If you are in London and want to learn the language, we are the school for you.

Choose the best place for your training that offers the appropriate English lessons and ensure a pleasant atmosphere and success!

Three distinct phrases in English: origin and meaning

Three distinct phrases in English: origin and meaning

Dear friends, inevitably the longer we live in the UK and fit into their lifestyle, in their culture, we will meet English-language phrases whose meaning can not be found without prior knowledge. Today we will explain three of them, which we hope will facilitate communication and understanding of what is happening around. We also choose the phrases according to their interesting, sometimes unexpected origins.

Rag-and-bone man” – what is this? We can compare it to our bumps. Once in England, such a man, usually with a horse and a cart, has collected old clothes (rags) or bones, as well as any unusual objects. He sold them to retailers of second-hand goods, and the bones went to make glue. For the first time, reports of such wreckages are found in the early 19th century. They could be both men and women. For two London such rag-and-bone men tells the popular sixties and seventies in the UK series Steptoe and Son. With their images, the image of the Witchfork produces a far more romantic halo.

“We are not amused,” means something like “It was not funny,” and is an expression attributed to Queen Victoria by court maid Carolyn Holland in “The Notebook of a Noble Old Maiden,” written in 1919. According to her, the stables officer tried to tell a queer, sensational story on the table in front of the queen, and that was Victoria’s cool response. It is clear that the lady did not personally attend this reaction, so the credibility of the origin of the expression is questionable. But for all, it is known that in the second part of her life – after the death of her husband – Queen Victoria became far more closed, more formal and restrained. She begins to show affection for moral values ​​and to mock the attempts to be entertained. The phrase is used ironically for unsuccessful jokes even today.

Have you heard about card-sharp? This is a person who has skills in playing cards or in cheating cards. It is also an expression for a person who makes a living by playing cards, but lying and manipulating the outcome of the game. The UK spelling requires a dash between words, while outside the kingdom can also be seen as cardsharp. Whether it was originally misunderstood, but the expression is also a card-shark (shark). Where and when did it come from?

It first appeared in 19th century publications in the United States and touches a picture of Michelangelo Merizi (known more as Caravaggio), painted in 1594. It features card players. Today the picture is known as The Cardsharps. Of course, the original was not baptized in English, but two expressions of 17c – sharping and sharking mean almost the same – stealing, twisting, embezzling. The phrase goes into the American press and is probably spreading to other English-speaking countries.

Dear Friends, Training centre Raya has the ambition not only to be the place where you will begin your English and English grammar. We would also like to invite your interest in English culture and tradition through articles in our blog. In our opinion, learning a language is not just a set of rules and spelling. Every language has its deeply encoded historical and semantic information, and through it we would like to be intrigued by you for further development of knowledge.

Keep track of our English articles and its peculiarities! We look forward to your ratings and wishes for new topics!

 

Author Iveta Radeva

English Lessons for Beginners in London

English Lessons for Beginners in London

Why to choose English lessons for beginners at Training Center Raya, London?

Job opportunities go up every corner. Whether it is in Bulgaria or abroad, if the pay is good, we are ready to embark on a new adventure without thinking. Most of the Bulgarians prefer to leave for the United Kingdom, and in particular London, where they find the easiest job. Regardless of the type of activity performed, they agree and subsequently choose to settle there permanently.

The problem comes when you have to confront the language barrier. Many people who go to work in England leave without knowing the language. Of course, they learn something more about how to handle basic activities, but it is not enough at a later stage. If you want to establish and lead a normal life, you will need to learn English. And how will this happen in the easiest way possible? Through lessons in English.

Instead of trying to learn a word yourself, with lessons in English you will learn the language much faster. You will acquire communication skills that are extremely important when you are in another country. This way you will join a circle of people and get new friends.

Do not be worried and do not wonder how you will learn the language because we are here to help. No matter what level you have achieved in your English language education or if you are just starting out, we offer courses and lessons in English that are accessible and suitable for everyone in London.

Start your first level training by acquiring the most important foundations for a proper and successful development on the upside. Continuing your training through the appropriate English lessons, you will reach a level that allows you to do much more work and find a better paid job. As an end and the perfect end of the training you can also get a certificate proving your literacy and English competence.

All the training in our English lessons from the first to the last step will go through our careful observation. The best lecturers will try to ensure pleasant but also disciplined conditions that will guarantee your success.

Wondering if our English lessons would be suitable for you too? Are you worried about age? We also offer courses for people over 40 years of age. We think everyone has the right to learn the language and to acquire the skills to handle it. No matter the age you are in.

We offer English lessons for both students and students, as well as for older people. The only necessary condition to start your English language training with us is to have a desire. You must make efforts and ensure that you achieve amazing results.

Do not think that English is not for you and it’s too hard to learn. Nothing is impossible. Join English lessons with us and get the best training in London. The courses are suitable for people of different ages and different advancements. And if you want extra upgrading and special attention, you can also rely on our individual English lessons.

Well, what are you waiting for? Sign up for English lessons now.

With us you are welcome!

Jane Austin – The Pride of England: Continuation

Jane Austin – The Pride of England: Continuation

Second, but not important, among Jane Austen’s works, he sees the novel Pride and Prejudice published in 1813. It seems that this is the most tattooed creation of its day. Films on the authentic work, as well as modern adaptations go out over several years. They even sell “Talk Darcy to me!” T-shirts – “Talk to me like Darcy!” – it’s about the main character in the novel.

The action, in general, gets its touch on a ball attended by the wealthy gentlemen Bingley and Darcy and their sophisticated urban company on the one hand and the five provincial daughters of the Benet family whose father is nobleman with modest means on the other. The Biggest – Jane – is a shy, noble, introverted and all-pervading, unlike the second by age – Elizabeth – a witty, cheerful, cheerful girl whose beauty does not strike at first sight but gradually penetrates the viewer.

Jane Austen’s irony finds the most generous outburst in the image of the mother of the girls, Mrs. Benet, whose tireless energy goes to try to make her daughters fit. The provincial manor, though modest, is the only home of the girls, and after the death of the father, it must be handed over to Mr. Collins, the closest kinsman and … man. And as times shape the mores, dying and finding a roof (possibly not too modest) fills a great deal of the novel.

Elizabeth’s initial impression of Darcy is horrifying – overpowered, too proud, rude, irreverent – a man you have nothing to like. And Darcy sees Elizabeth for the first time as … “acceptable.” How long are the two of them going through until they can connect their fates and create one of the most famous couples in literary and cinema history! If you are curious, read the novel or find the most approved screening – that of the Air Force with Jennifer El and Colin Firth. Later the two actors became husband and wife.

In the next two years, the novels of Mansfield Park (1814) and Emma (Emma published in 1815) were released – the first young Fanny Price was sent to rich relatives to help raise children, the second is one of Jane Austen’s three most remarkable novels. The character in it, Emma, ​​is an inexperienced but rich and somewhat spoiled girl, who is trying to play with the love gusts of her neighbors and friends, “marrying” them at will. Her frivolous play goes on until the moment she loves her, and loves her with gentle power.

Jane Austin’s life – terribly short of our point of view – goes smoothly, but she does not manage to enjoy her editions or gain glory (though that’s certainly not her strongest wish). According to biographers, in the early 1816s, the writer felt the first symptoms of the disease that would take her from this world. But he does not pay attention. By the end of the year, however, there is a steady deterioration in the condition. Today’s doctors suspect two possible diagnoses of her suffering – Addison’s Disease and Hodgkin’s Disease, both life-threatening. Until she is overwhelmed by weakness, Jane Austin tirelessly works on her own works. He died in 1817. in Winchester, Hampshire and buried in the cathedral.

After her death, her next three novels – The Northangery Abbey (1818), The Arguments of Reason (also known as Impact, Persuasion ed.1818) and Lady Susan “(Lady Susan published in 1871). Other two of her works have been unfinished – Sanditon and The Watsons.

Originally invaluable, due to its difference from the literature of the past, from the works of the romantic era, Austin’s works show a real interest perhaps from the middle of the 19th century. Gradually the qualities of her writing have been revealed and appreciated. Its readers become the intellectuals in England. It falls into various critical literary works and essays by well-known authors. It is even compared to Shakespeare. Until now, Jane Austen’s novels have had many screenings, writers have made attempts to write in her style. She becomes a beloved writer by Rudyard Kipling (“The Jungle Book”) – another famous English writer, and he and his circle proudly call themselves “janeys”.

Dear friends, We at Training Center Raya London really hope to provoke your interest in English culture and the English language. During your training, you can read English classical works – in Bulgarian or perhaps even in the original – and discuss them with your lecturers. If you liked this article, please tell us what other areas of knowledge would be of interest to you, and we will take care to search and compile materials that will benefit your language learning and diverse interests.

 

Written by Iveta Radeva

Jane Austin – the pride of England

Jane Austin – the pride of England

Dear friends, we decided in a series of articles to introduce you to various elements of English cultural heritage, important historical events and figures concerning England, curious facts about this country, and topics in general to help you in your socialization and your general affairs and culture. Once informed, you will be able to easily reference different events or books, as well as ask your teacher at the Training centre Raya for a variety of terms and titles.

Today’s topic will be the famous British writer published in the early 19th century by Jane Austin (1775-1817). Her life and posthumously published seven novels are so influential in English literature that they are not only reissued a dozen times to the present day , but also create whole cultural currents, undergo memorable renditions, leaving us resilient, living and breathing images. Are you talking about Mr. Darcy, for example? Now we will remind you.

Jane Austin’s life is little known, though she often writes with her sister Cassandra, touching various facts about her being. After her death Cassandra burned most of her correspondence and censored the rest, leaving too little material for her biographers. Still, we know that the author of “Pride and Prejudice” was born in Stephenton, Hampshire (Stephenton, Hampshire), in the family of parishioner George Austin. The forefathers of the pastor are reputable and wealthy merchants, but by the time Jane’s birth has risen. However, the pastor’s wife is a prolific lady who grew up in jail, so Jane Austin is familiar and later describes and somewhat seduces the relationship of this English social class.

At that time, the laws of England were not too fair for the second and subsequent children, as well as for the girls born in the family. Inheritance most often happened on a man’s line, so if a landed estate was owned by a man with only daughters, the property went into the hands of the first cousin or the nearest male relative. This feature is also featured in the novel “Pride and Prejudice” and becomes a motive for many decisions and actions of his heroines.

Jane Austen is a clever woman with a talkative language and insight, so her first novels have as main characters heroes who are trying to secure a life that is not burdened by strange wishes, relatively self-sufficient (as long as the age permits) and – the romantic motive in her subjects – to marry not by obligation but by love.

First comes the novel Sense and Sensibility (1811), beautifully filmed in 1995, starring Emma Thompson and Kate Winslet. The action encompasses the youth and the fate of two sisters, opposing in nature: one restrained and reasonable and the other spontaneous, emotional, and luscious. The sisters lose their roof over their heads (again by passing their inheritance to a man of the kind) and are forced to live by small means, thus losing the opportunity to marry well. The English tradition was very important in the marriage of the noble nobility was the woman’s dowry, which allowed the young family to have a certain amount of money. A woman without a dowry or a small one has a hard time finding her equal partner. It seems as if the money prevailed over love. This is exactly what Jane Austin is discussing through the fate of her heroines, Eleanor and Marian.

 

Written by Iveta Radeva

Specimens in the Use of Present Simple Tense in English

Specimens in the Use of Present Simple Tense in English

Friends, we will dedicate today’s article to some specific uses of the Present simple tense. Let the additional information does not scare you, and it does not seem to you that the simple tense  becomes too complicated. All knowledge penetrates in our country gradually, but we must start by informing. You will see that in time, the specific use of each grammar unit will start to impress you and ask your English teachers for questions yourself.

We know that Present Simple Tense  is used to express commonly repetitive actions, proven facts, scientific truths … Let us meet one by one with some of its uses that may initially puzzle us but in time we will join his stock of newly acquired knowledge.

Use Present Simple Tense to describe planned actions

Through the present simple moment we can express actions that will take place at a near future and are planned in advance. For example:

My cousin arrives tomorrow at 5PM. – My cousin arrives tomorrow (scheduled).

or

The movie begins in two hours. – The movie starts in two hours (program).

As you can see, no future time is used here, as we would suppose it is necessary.

Use Present Simple Tense to Show Events From Someone’s Life Path – Most Historical Personality

The following example will help make this use clear:

16 December 1775 – Jane Austen is born in Hampshire, England on December 16, 1775. in Hampshire, England, Jane Austin is born (as you can see, in Bulgarian it also sounds good).

1783 – Jane Austen and her sister Cassandra are sent to Oxford to be educated – 1783. Jane Austin and her sister Cassandra are sent to Oxford to educate

1811 – Sense and Sensibility novel is anonymously published. – 1811г. The novel “Reason and Feelings” is published on behalf of an anonymous author.

Pay attention to the time of the verbs with the seals! It is Present Simple tense, although it is about events of the past.

Usage of Present Simple Tense in Instruction

When we instruct someone how to act, we also use Present simple tense. Read the examples:

Do not open the box!

or

Put the cake in the fridge!

or

Open your textbooks at page 45!

The use of Present Simple Tense in English, the specifics of English grammar are a vast subject that seems never explored enough. We could talk about the specifics of this particular time longer. Let this fact does not despair, you have a good chance to learn a language in its natural environment – take the  advantage of the everyday examples you  meet! Visit our language courses, get back to the basic knowledge that Raya London Training Center gives you! Knowledge of a language is built on a lifetime, and that is, it speaks of its wealth.

 

Written by Iveta Radeva

Negotiations on the rights of European citizens in the UK continue

Negotiations on the rights of European citizens in the UK continue

Friends, we are following for you the negotiations between the European Union and the UK, and we find that their end is not visible. Currently, the general framework of the arrangements is set and the main interests of both parties. The end of the divorce between the island state and United Europe is March 2019. and until then we expect a long discussion on various legal and economic issues. We draw your attention to the fact that none of the draft rules outlined below is yet valid, and that the most recent agreements are likely to have much time and change.

Teresa Mae’s team strives to achieve a number of benefits for British citizens going abroad as well as a visa-free regime that is good for us – the Europeans – because it will have to make concessions related to our residence and civilians our rights.

The recent information concerning the children of European workers in the UK was that they would not automatically obtain British passports, but we already have reason to believe that this inconvenience will be corrected for us.

In early December last year, Reuters distributed a draft of a European Parliament resolution saying that future children of couples from Europe would have all the rights negotiated during the current negotiations, whether they were born in the UK or not. However, we still do not have this solution in black and white and we are excited by the final deal.

Also according to this draft, UK workers will have the right to take with them family members as well as partners with whom they have a preliminary link. However, there is no guarantee of future relationships and partnerships that have arisen since they arrived on British soil. In particular, the leaked information reads: “Family members in close kinship, as well as permanent residents residing outside the state will receive protection of the Agreement, and the same applies to children born in the future or outside the UK.”

Moreover, the same document assumes that European citizens will be able to “export all goods to be exported” by the state. This is a step forward for us following the condition that David Cameron had won and which prevented the sending of child allowances to a European country.

As progress, we can also evaluate and plan the families of European citizens to apply for settlement, spending less money on them and submitting a reduced number of documents.

We at Training Center Raya London will continue to be interested in informing you of the progress of the negotiations. We realize that they concern the fate of all of us and we hope for the best possible conditions in which to live and work in the state we have chosen.

Meanwhile, visit our English courses, study English grammar, build up your vocabulary with our help! Knowing English will give you the opportunity to be independent in the provision of information and save you money to use services that, because of poor knowledge of the language, you are prevented from doing yourself.

Allow us at the last moment to add that Training Center Raya London has only training functions and through our blog, only informs you about events and draft laws reflected in the press and official state site.

We declare that we do not have other functions and do not provide citizens registration services, real estate hiring or other non-training activities. But thank you for your confidence!

 

Written by Iveta Radeva